The Long Kiss Goodnight

Revealing mistake: When the guy that was shot in the chopper is falling, you can see the protective, yet flaming mask on his face.

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Revealing mistake: Charlie is underwater and flashing back to when she was in the trunk of the car, the camera cuts to her face and the air bubble is going into her mouth, not coming out.

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Revealing mistake: Near the end, Timothy came out of the hotel, after the explosion, without a scratch.

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Revealing mistake: In the time it takes to run to the pond, and at the speed the people are driving. Charlie couldn't have run, put on, and laced up her skates.

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Revealing mistake: When the guys jump Charlie and Mitch in the alleyway, a gunfight ensues. However, after the last bad guy is dispatched and a total of a dozen gun shots have been heard, if you look at the street behind them the people are still walking calmly as if nothing happened.

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Scriptwriter Shane Black is a huge believer in recycling. Check out how much the moment when Jackson is captured by Bierko resembles Rigg's capture by McAllister in "Lethal Weapon". Black's 3 biggest movies - "Lethal Weapon", "The Last Boy Scout" and "The Long Kiss Goodnight" all involve a major character's daughter being kidnapped (to say nothing of all beginning with an "L").

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